8 items from 2009
The trio played bachelor pals forced to raise a baby together after she's left on their doorstep by desperate mum Nancy Travis in the 1987 original.
The reteamed three years later for the follow up, Three Men and a Little Lady.
Now, 19 years later, studio bosses at Disney are planning to reunite the trio for their movie daughter's wedding.
Breaking the news to WENN, an excited Guttenberg says, "Disney's developing Three Men and a Bride. That's going to be a smash. A smash hit. They're bringing everybody back for that.
“Nobody knows about it. I'm the first to talk about it.”
And Guttenberg's not settling for just one sequel - he wants to bring back all the franchises that helped him find fame in the 1980s.
"They're surefire hits and I think they're good for the world. They make the world a better place and that's what it's all about." »
Twenty years later, the men are still having trouble with the baby, except this time she's a grown ass woman getting married. In case you don't remember Three Men And A Baby, or if you were too young to experience this plethora of chest hair, I'll recap for you. The story goes that three friends (Ted Danson, Steve Guttenberg, and Tom Selleck) experience the joy of raising a baby girl after she is left on the doorstep by her Mother (Nancy Travis). The 1990 follow-up, Three Men And A »
- Niki Stephens
For the past two years, Septembers have been lucky months for the cast and crew of The Bill Engvall Show; their show has gotten renewed. This year, not so much. After three seasons, TBS has decided to pass on ordering another round of episodes.
The Bill Engvall Show follows the life of Bill Pearson (Engvall), a family counselor who sometimes has a hard time understanding his own family. He's married to Susan (Nancy Travis) and together, they try to raise their three kids as best they can. The rest of the cast includes Jennifer Lawrence, Graham Patrick Martin, Skyler Gisondo, Tim Meadows, Brian Doyle-Murray, and Cynthia Watros.
The sitcom debuted in July of 2007. The premiere attracted 3.85 million viewers, making it the third most-watched sitcom telecast in ad-supported cable history. According to TBS, the 10 episode season was regular cable's highest-rated sitcom for »
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However, the election was close: Howard's total was slightly less than the two hardline candidates added together (Anne-Marie Johnson and Seymour Cassel) and Aquino's was slightly more than that of incumbent Connie Stevens. So the union is still very divided, and Howard acknowledged that the results were not a landslide and that the union is very divided, while saying that he planned to reach out to Mf supporters.
On the national board, the moderates showed strength as well: They picked up 4 of 11 seats in Hollywood and held all of the NY and regional (Rbd) seats. I estimate that this brings the moderate's board majority to around 60%, vs. 40% for Mf, but that's a very rough calculation and I'm not sure at this point. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jonathan Handel)
24 September 2009 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
There are surely more conflicts to come, but the Screen Actors Guild membership on Thursday night settled a big one: Ken Howard has been elected the union's new national president.
For the moment, at least, the outcomes indicate that a winning 47.2% of the voting segment of SAG's roughly 120,000 members prefers the less strident approach of the self-styled moderate wing of the party represented by Unite for Strength.
Howard collected 12,895 votes, or 3,989 more than MembershipFirst candidate Anne-Marie Johnson, who received 32.6% of the 27,295 votes cast. Independents Seymour Cassel and Asmar Muhammad garnered 17.7% and 1.5%, respectively, in their bid for the presidency.
Ufs came together last year in opposition and in January led a boardroom coup at SAG, installed new negotiators and salvaged a deal with Hollywood producers nearly a »
- By Jay A. Fernandez
17 September 2009 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Inspired by the true story of the boom of teen pregnancies at Gloucester High School in Massachusetts, the film centers on Sidney Bloom (Birch), an opinionated blogger who returns to her hometown to investigate the sudden spike in teenage pregnancies at her old high school, which becomes the focus of a media frenzy after it is featured in a Time magazine story that suggest the pregnancies are a result of a pact among the girls.
Sidney comes up against Lorraine Dougan (Travis), head of a local conservative-values group and mother of Sara, a pregnant 15-year-old.
- By Nellie Andreeva
23 July 2009 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
SAG's filing deadline for fall elections came and went Thursday, and it remains unclear who will face each other for the presidency. Only Unite for Strength, formed last year in opposition to the MembershipFirst faction led by SAG president Alan Rosenberg, has gone public with its complete slate.
Ken Howard will lead the charge as Unite for Strength's candidate for president, and Amy Aquino will run for secretary-treasurer. Unite for Strength also will field 33 candidates from the guild's Hollywood Division for seats on the national board of directors.
Months ago, Rosenberg stated provisionally that he will seek a third term, but first national vp Anne-Marie Johnson or another candidate could heed the call to represent MembershipFirst in the elections.
On the eve of MembershipFirst announcing its slate Sunday during a scheduled fundraiser, the Unite for Strength candidates took direct aim at and issue with their political opponents of the past year. »
- By Jay A. Fernandez
25 January 2009 6:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The telefilm, set to air this year, is based on a true story. It revolves around a couple about to sail around the world who take a couple of juvenile delinquents under their wing and learn about hope, second chances and living their dreams. Orson Bean co-stars.
"Harbor" is directed by Jerry Jameson from a script by Josef Anderson, and the two co-executive produced. The telefilm, from Daniel L. Paulson Prods. and Bright World, is executive produced by Paulson and also co-exec produced by Norton Wright.
- By Kimberly Nordyke
8 items from 2009
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